lacker2000 writes: A week prior to the RSA Conference 2009, Secure Science Corporation exposed 3 vulnerabilities within the "rsaconference.com" website that if manipulated by criminals could have ruined all the fun for the conference. Less than a week after, a live cross-site scripting vulnerability was located within the search engine of the "rsa.com" website. All of these feats were posted as a set of 5 "blogisodes" ending in an eloquent diatribe chronicling SSC's difficult experience with obtaining their conference badges as they were held in purgatory while being given the third degree by the conference managers regarding the public disclosure of their research.
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